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Re: The Roman Tribes & Pythagoras

Angelos wrote:Why the Romans used 10 toorganize their armies I have no idea. Did they use Tetractys as the ideal,perfect form of their military structure?
Steven James
Aug 24
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Re: The Roman Tribes: A New Perspective

Hi Steven My research has shown that most numbers of special interest to the Greeks and Romans arose in memorable ways in certain famous geometry.  The
leslie greenhill
Aug 20
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Re: The Roman Tribes & Pythagoras

Hello Steven: We know that the sacred symbol of Tetractys is the number 10 (1+2+3+4=10.)  I  also recall that Jesus makes an extensive use of the number
A.C.B.
Aug 20
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Re: The Roman Tribes: A New Perspective

It concerns a previous email on this list about a paper I posted on academia. Steven   From: "'A.C.B.' ballasac@... [Pythagorean-L]"
Steven James
Aug 19
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Re: The Roman Tribes: A New Perspective

The answer is YES, we are still alive.   What is the question? It appears I must have missed something. On Tuesday, August 18, 2015 11:49 PM,
A.C.B.
Aug 19
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Re: The Roman Tribes: A New Perspective

So no feedback from this group concerning my paper? Is this group functioning or is it in name only? Steven
antiochus_au
Aug 18
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The Roman Tribes: A New Perspective

Hello all, I have posted on academia my paper The Roman Tribes: A New Perspective. It shows how the size and organisation of the Roman tribes adheres to
Steven James
May 29
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Re: Pythagoras Newsletter 20

L.S. Newsletter 20 (February 2015) is available via the Pythagoras Foundation website: http://www.stichting-pythagoras.nl/English/index.htm Click Newsletter.
Nico Bader
Mar 26
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Answering the Challenge of Plato's Parmenides - New Essay

Greetings Yahoo Groups, I have completed a new essay on answering the Third Man and Greatest Difficulty arguments in Plato's Parmenides. Abstract: Plato’s
Ryan Haecker
Dec 12, 2014
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Re: Pythagoras and the Planets

Hi, each planet has a gnostic power governed by a deity and a vivifying deity governing the orb, example in the sphere of Mercury you have Silenus as
orphicpythagorean
Dec 12, 2014
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Pythagoras and the Planets

Hello all,  I read somewhere that the Pythagoreans associated the planet Mercury to mental thought. There was no reference given and I cannot remember which
Steven James
Dec 11, 2014
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BMCR: Phillip Sidney Horky, Plato and Pythagoreanism. ISBN 9780199

BMCR 2014.05.18 http://brynmawr.us1.list-manage1.com/track/click?u=c302ee634698194cc76ef8a8b&id=1d7e46fa46&e=adde5ac728 on the BMCR blog Bryn Mawr Classical
a_pythagorean
Jun 1, 2014
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Re: Pythagoras Newsletter 19

L.S. Newsletter 19 (February 2014) is available via the Pythagoras Foundation website: http://www.stichting-pythagoras.nl/English/index.htm Click Newsletter.
Nico Bader
Mar 22, 2014
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Re: BMCR 2013.09.56 Lautner on Schofield, Aristotle, Plato and Pytha

I asked for an "augmentation" not a theological diatribe.  If you please, I am looking for an OBB of the review(outline and briefly beef up.)
A.C.B.
Sep 30, 2013
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Re: BMCR 2013.09.56 Lautner on Schofield, Aristotle, Plato and Pytha

Actually "Current", "Common", and "Christian" can be, and are, used interchangeably.  But "common" may be more defensible as the oldest of the options.  You
Joe Flower
Sep 30, 2013
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